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CTA and Virus Bulletin: Community in Action

By Kathi Whitbey, Business Operations Manager, Unit 42, Palo Alto Networks What’s your favorite time of year? Virus Bulletin (VB) time is mine! The VB Conference is held annually in the fall, in beautiful locations, and it brings together some of the brightest and technically savvy people in…

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Fostering Community Defense: Together We Can Go Further

By Sergio De Los Santos, Head of Innovation and Labs at Telefonica Tech Despite the overwhelming challenges we still face in the world of cyber security, we have come a very long way since the early days of cyber security. Starting from those challenging early days at the turn of…

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SecureBrain: Aligning with the CTA

By Moto Yamamura, COO, SecureBrain In February 2019, SecureBrain formalized our membership and joined forces with Cyber Threat Alliance with the intent to sharing cyber threat intelligence with top security vendors around the world. When it comes to cybersecurity, knowledge about up-and-coming cybersecurity threats is crucial. We at SecureBrain…

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CTA: Revolutionizing Global Cybersecurity Through Unparalleled Collaboration

By SCILabs, Scitum-Telmex In the increasingly interconnected digital landscape, sharing threat intelligence among organizations has become vital for maintaining robust cybersecurity strategies. Despite its importance, the process grapples with numerous challenges. These include establishing trust and confidentiality, ensuring data standardization, maintaining the quality and relevance of information, managing the high…

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Machine Learning NOT Marketing Lingo

By Rathna Kalidas, Senior Product Manager, K7 Computing ChatGPT and Bard have brought renewed interest in the much-marketed, ubiquitous, term AI/ML. If marketing claims are to be believed, anything that is powered by AI/ML is significantly better than that which is not; further, anything that does not bear the…

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Encourage, Educate & Engage: Thinking OUTside the Box to Draw Women IN

By Kathi Whitbey, Business Operations Manager, Unit 42, Palo Alto Networks As we approach International Women’s Day on March 8, 2023, there is always talk about the lack of women in cybersecurity. How do we “fix” this problem, when women make up about 50% of the world population – but…

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Collaboration is Key to Better Threat Intelligence

By Victor Acin (Blueliv Labs Manager) Where do you get your cybersecurity news from? If you are a cybersecurity vendor, your news feed is a great way to find outdated threat information, after an attack has already happened. But, if your mission is to defend the digital ecosystem, critical…

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Happy 6th Birthday, Cyber Threat Alliance!

By Derek Manky, Chief Security Strategist & VP Global Threat Intelligence, Fortinet Inception It has been six whole years since the official launch of the CTA, and two more in practice as the dream was built. And what a fantastic journey it has been over the racing course of time.

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Symantec, Enterprise Division of Broadcom, Celebrates CTA’s 5th Birthday

Written by Joe Chen, VP of Engineering, Broadcom Five years ago, Symantec, now an enterprise division of Broadcom, proudly became a founding member of the Cyber Threat Alliance as a not-for-profit organization. CTA was founded with the mission to share threat information and better protect the mutual customers of our…

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Happy 5th Birthday Cyber Threat Alliance!

Written by Kathi Whitbey, Principal Business Operations Manager, Unit 42 As I reflect on the last five years following the creation of the CTA, I am humbled by the growth, cooperation, and respect that our organization has developed from the simple idea that the only way to beat our adversaries…